Calculate how much money you can generate as a salon owner or a hair stylist using ProjectionHub's free Salon Sales calculator tool.
Free calculator tool to help project how much revenue you can generate as either an independent hair stylist or the owner of the salon!
With our salon sales calculator you can easily calculate how much revenue a stylist can generate per week. The calculator will also work well for calculating revenue potential per nail technician or barber. You will be able to enter in assumptions like:
Based on these assumptions, our calculator will forecast the weekly income per stylist.
You can see how the template works in the video demo below:
We put together a list of frequently asked questions that we researched and found answers to help you fill out the salon sales forecast tool. These questions will also help you understand the capacity and potential revenue that one stylist can generate.
A salon can generate a profit margin of 9 to 10% according to Salon-software.com
In order to calculate how much profit your specific salon concept can generate, use our Salon Financial Model to forecast your profits.
The average salon appointment takes 1 to 3 hours.
This really depends on the specific service. We found the following:
The average cost of a men’s haircut is $29 according to Styleseat.
The average woman’s haircut costs $53 in the United States according to You Probably Need a Haircut.
The average cut and color costs $80 according to Fash.
The price for a cut and color can range from $60 to $150, but the average cost is roughly $80.
The average hair stylist in the U.S. makes $16 per hour according to Ziprecruiter.
It is possible to generate significantly more revenue as a hair stylist than $16 per hour. Using our salon calculator you can forecast how much you can make personally as a hair stylist. You can see a portion of the calculator below:
The typical commission rate for a salon stylist is 30 to 50% of the price of the service according to Zomli.
The average weekly booth rent at a salon is $400 according to MiladyPro.
The average salon will generate between 5 and 25% of revenue from retail product sales according to Salt Society Education.
Our salon business plan template includes an Executive Summary, Market Analysis, Business Description, Marketing and Sales Strategies, Menu of Services and Pricing, Operational Plan and Financial Plan.